Objectives
Following your study of this chapter, you should be able to:
 state the Pauli exclusion princple and to what particles it applies
 know the two rules that govern the ordering of the periodic table
 figure out how many electrons maybe be in each subshell (nl level) in order to follow the Pauli exclusion principle
 recognize what X and Z represent in atomic nomenclature
 understand the organization of the periodic table, including the properties shared by groups and periods
 explain what is meant by total angular momentum, J, and give its equation
 give the equations for the magnitude of J and its zcomponent
 compare the similar quantizations for L, S and J
 state the selection rules for the total angular momentum number
 draw the relationship between L, S and J
 describe the effect known as spinorbit coupling
 know when total angular momentum is conserved in magnitude and direction
 know Hund's rules for the order in which a given subshell is filled
 explain in your own words what is meant bye the "mulitplicity" of a state
 be familiar with LS coupling and jj coupling
 have a basic understanding of the normal and the anomalous Zeeman effect
 state the selection rules for mJ
